What does your dream home look like, and how much does it cost? Whether it’s a cottage on a secluded beach, a stately mansion on a hill, or something in-between, your dream home probably won’t come cheap.
Two recent surveys agree that America’s dream home is relatively expensive but differ on the actual price – along with a few other aspects of the average dream home.
Homes.com and Northshore Fireplace each polled 2,000 Americans to determine what constitutes a dream home. Homes.com found the average dream home costs an estimated $879,000, while Northshore Fireplace came in at $1.3 million. Both are well beyond Zillow’s April 2018 median home value of $215,600.
What will you find in your $879,000 dream home as defined by the Homes.com survey? You’ll get a beach house – or at least beach-house décor – with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, hardwood floors, and an open kitchen. Other features include a deck, spacious walk-in closet, two-door garage…